Feadship superyacht Seagull of Cayman donated to charity
by Malcolm MacLean
The 40 metre Feadship motor yacht Seagull of Cayman has been donated to the environmental charity, The International Seakeepers Society.
Previously listed for sale by John Weller and Bruce Leffers at Northrop & Johnson, Seagull of Cayman is a classic canoe stern yacht built in steel and aluminium by the Dutch yard De Vries to a design by De Voogt Naval Architects and delivered in 1980 with a full refit in 2006. With interior styling by Robin Rose and ABS classed, she accommodates 12 guests in an on-deck master suite and five double cabins, all with full en suite bathroom facilities.
Outdoors, Seagull of Cayman offers multiple choices for al fresco entertaining and dining including a large covered aft deck and an extensive flybridge sheltered by a Bimini top. Powered by twin 675hp GM engines, she has a range of 3,200 nautical miles at her cruising speed of 13 knots.
She will now be available for charter, with purchase-to-own options. Seagull of Cayman was previously asking $2,750,000.
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